Make Feverfew Tincture at home in 5 steps

Feverfew is a flowering plant which has been used as remedy for migraines for centuries.A tincture of feverfew can be used to ease migraine pain because it is easily absorbed and assimilated into the bloodstream. We have share experience of making feverfew tea at home before, and now we tell you how to Make Feverfew Tincture at home in 5 steps.

Make Feverfew Tincture at home

  • Step 1: Harvest the feverfew right before or just at flowering or buy feverfew from market. Then chop plant material and flowers coarsely and fill the jar.
  • Step 2: Pour sufficient 80 to 120 proof alcohol into the jar to cover plant material. Alcohol is utilized since it extracts the medicinal properties from herbs, preserves potency and enhances assimilation into the bloodstream. Cap and label the jar together with the name “feverfew,” the kind of alcohol utilized and also the date. Spot the jar in a cool, dark spot.
  • Step 3: Check the jar the next day and top off the alcohol and then put the jar in a cool, dark place and shake every few days.
  • Step 4: Keep it in jar for 5 – 6 days and then pour the tincture through a cheesecloth-lined mesh strainer.
  • Step 5: Repack the tincture in a brown glass container and put label on it and then store them away from heat and light.

Now you have finished Making Feverfew Tincture yourself, it is not difficult, and the product is quite useful. Why not try to do it yourself and store some at home.